New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi reached Leh in Ladakh on Friday morning to take stock on prevailing on-ground security situation amid the border skirmish with China.
Mr Modi was accompanied by Chief of Defence Staff Gen Bipin Rawat.
As per the sources in the defence establishment, the Prime Minister will interact with the soldiers, who got injured in a violent face-off with the Chinese People of Liberation Army (PLA) on June 15.
His meeting with the soldiers will be a morale booster for the forces.
He will also meet Leh-based XIV Corps Commander Lt Gen Harinder Singh and other senior officers of Indian Army.
Defence Minister Rajnath Singh was scheduled to visit Leh but he put off his visit on Thursday.